MORE Power president Roel Castrothanked local leaders and consumers for supporting the company’s actions toimprove the power distribution service in Iloilo City./PN Right now, MORE Power has a total workforce of 138. Following an order from Congress andthe court, MORE Power also hired 62 former employees of the previous powerdistribution utility in the city. Meanwhile, 33 new posts replaceddilapidated ones. Fourteen transformers, too, were supplanted as part ofpreventive maintenance activities. MORE Electric and Power Corp. has quick response teams like this one ready to respond to any electricity-related incidents or problems. MORE Power was also able to respondand fix 724 consumer concerns such as requests for power restoration, powerquality and meters. Average response time is one hour and 40 minutes. Based on its first month performancereport (Feb. 29 to March 29), MORE Power delivered to consumers here a total of49,473,447 kilowatt hour of power from Panay EnergyDevelopment Corp., Panay Power Corp., WholesaleElectricity Spot Market, andKEPCO. MORE Power also reported having receivedand acted upon 5,552 concerns via hotlines, social media and from walk-inclients. ILOILO City – Nearly 50 millionkilowatt hour of power have been procured by MORE Electric and Power Corp.(MORE Power) from power suppliers in one month.